Michel Tsamados

Lecturer (Assistant Professor), University College London

Expertise: Sea ice, Climate Change, Oceanography, Polar Regions, Rheology

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Qualifying publication(s): see criteria

publication   http://journals.ametsoc.org/doi/abs/10.1175/JPO-D-

publication   http://rsta.royalsocietypublishing.org/content/373

publication   http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1029/2012JC0

ARTICLES REVIEWED

Insightful Bloomberg coverage on the rapidly changing Arctic: sea ice melt and permafrost thawing

in Bloomberg, by Blacki Migliozzi & Eric Roston

— 21 Apr 2017

Declining Arctic sea ice cover and thawing permafrost are both complex feedbacks that amplify global warming: The loss of reflective sea ice means more sunlight absorbed by the dar...

Analysis of “The big melt: Global sea ice at record low”

in USA Today, by Doyle Rice

— 10 Feb 2017

The five scientists who reviewed the article concluded that it is accurate. It properly conveys the core facts about global sea ice extent and the attribution of continuing sea ice...

Analysis of “Amid higher global temperatures, sea ice at record lows at poles”

in CNN, by Brandon Miller

— 24 Nov 2016

"Well outlined and balanced article, describing the evident link between low sea ice and climate warming and the melt-albedo feedback, but also mentioning the role of weather and s..

Analysis of “Next year or the year after, the Arctic will be free of ice”

in The Guardian, by Robin McKie

— 25 Aug 2016

"before propagating a marginal view, one should ensure having a very strong argumentation; in this interview no argumentation is put forward to support Peter Wadhams’ central cla..